Travel Nurse (RN) - Long Term Acute Care Unit

$1,581/wk

Travel Nurse (RN) - Long Term Acute Care Unit

  1. Hatboro, PA

  2. Start ASAP (4 wks)

  3. Travel
  4. Day
  5. 3 days x 12 hours
  6. Nurse to Patient
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Weekly Wages
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Tax-Free Stipend
Housing, Meals & Incidentals in Hatboro, PA
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Description

Shift: 7A-7:30P with every other weekend

Environment: Nurses may be caring for COVID+ patients. Must provide a copy of a negative COVID-19 test result with the sample being taken one week or less prior to the start date on all contract assignments. Results must be in hand in order to start the contract assignment

Requirements PA RN license is required at time of submittal. Pre-employment modules may be required during on-boarding as a pre-condition of employment

Details
Job type
Travel
Nurse/patient
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Shift Type
Day
Contract date
Start ASAP
Expected length
4 weeks
Hours per shift
12
Shifts per week
3
Requirements
Skills checklist
Yes
References
Yes
License type
Registered Nurse
License state
Pennsylvania

(More details at Pennsylvania BON )

Certification
BLS (Required)
Specialty
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Trusted Benefits (available)
Heath
Dental
Vision
Housing Asst.
58°F
72°F
58°F
Average RN Hourly Rate
6%
below state average
3%
above national average
Walk Score®
8
Car-Dependent
Transit Score®
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Bike Score®
28
Somewhat Bikeable

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Travel nursing requirements

In order to apply for and accept an open travel nursing job, you must have:
  • An active nursing licensure in the state in which you plan to practice as well as any relevant certifications needs given your nursing specialty area
  • At least one year, if not two, in the specialty area that you plan to focus your travel nursing experience on from within the last three years (i.e. If you worked as an ICU nurse for three years but then stopped working or switched careers for a year or more, you may find it more difficult to pick up your first travel assignment)
  • Current and up-to-date health records, including documentation for flu and TB shots as well as other immunizations; documentation of your most recent physical, titers, blood tests, fit mask test, and PPDs If you can check off the above-three requirements, then you’re most of the way toward applying to this position!

What does it mean to be a travel nurse?

This position is open to travel nurses across the country that are looking for their next short-term contract. A travel nurse is a registered nurse—typically with one or more years of bedside experience—that will move from one travel nursing contract to another. Travel nursing responsibilities are not too different from those held by staff nurses in any given specialty. Since travel nurses take contracts focused on their primary specialty, the specialty-specific responsibilities remain fairly constant (unless changing from facility to facility or care demographic).